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An interesting SPAM story.

Got this great email today:?

Greetings,

It is indeed my pleasure to write you this letter, which I believe will be a surprise to you as we have never met before, and
I am deeply sorry if I have in any manner disturbed your privacy. Please forgive this unusualmanner of contacting you, but this particular letter is of exceptional and very private nature. There is absolutely going to be a great doubt and distrust in your heart in respect of this email, coupled with the fact that, so many individuals have taken possession of the Internet to facilitate their nefarious deeds, thereby making it extremely difficult for genuine and legitimate business class persons to get attention and recognition. There is no way for me to know whether I will be properly understood, but it is my duty to write and reach out to you.

My name is Mrs.Vivian Salem, wife of late Salem Nasim in Iraq, some years ago, I lost my husband Nasim and three children Husam, 15 years old,Wasim, 12 years old and Merna, 6years old, this Happened when a Combatant Military Tank shelled our car as my family attempted to flee heavy fighting in Baghdad, View the Website below for detail

Story of how I lost my family .

Before my husband and my Children was killed, he Deposited the sum of $31.6 million ( Thirty one million six hundred thousand Dollars ) with a Security & Finance company in Asia. I had contacted a Diplomat who was attached to the United Nation Peace keeping forces in Asia and has assured me of assisting me to move the Boxes through Diplomatic Cargo,ONLY if I had a PARTNER to receive it on my behalf .

All I need from you is to receive the Fund as my husband business Associates and Invest the fund into any Lucrative Investment in your country.I will remunerate you with 30 % at the end,but most of all is that I solicit your trust in this
transaction and will not want you to betray me at the end Please in your reply to this my private email

(vivisalem@blumail.org), include your Mobile number ,Home telephone number and your residential or company address for easy Communication.

Thank you,
Mrs.Vivian Salem

An interesting twist on the old African millionaire ploy. In the words of MR T, I pity the fool!?

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